ADA Room Features
To accommodate guests with special needs or requirements, Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite is happy to offer a range of lodging options designed with ADA-compliant features and amenities.
Please note: Our ADA rooms should be booked only by guests who require these features or when no other rooms are available.
All ADA-compliant rooms include:
• Fire alarm system, including emergency strobe light
• Closed-caption television programming available
• Lowered thermostat
• Lowered entryway features, including peephole and door latch
• Lowered bathroom features, including towel hooks
• Wide bathroom doors
• Bathroom grab bars
• ADA toilets
• Shower chairs (available upon request)
ADA Lodge Room – Two Oversized Double Beds or One King Bed
These comfortable guestrooms comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act and feature one king bed or two oversized double beds. Along with many of the features of the standard guest rooms at Tenaya, this room also includes easily accessible lighting and climate control features, a full ADA-compliant bathroom, available closed-caption television, and more to ensure your comfort and convenience.
ADA Lodge Room – One King Bed with Roll-in Shower
Guests in these Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant guestrooms will enjoy one king bed and many of the features found in Tenaya’s non-ADA guestrooms. Considerations like a lowered door latch and peephole have been added for your comfort, and the full ADA-compliant bathroom includes wide doors, a roll-in shower, grab bars, and ADA toilets.
ADA Cottage Room – One King Bed
Cottage rooms at Tenaya Lodge provide guests with a little additional space, and our Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant cottage rooms feature one king bed. You’ll also enjoy the features found in Tenaya’s non-ADA cottages, as well as added conveniences like an additional emergency strobe light with the standard fire alarm system and a full ADA-compliant bathroom.
For further information about our ADA rooms, or to book your Yosemite Park vacation, contact Tenaya today.